Archive for the ‘Science Education’ Category

Some, well, most religious fundamentalists and their minions refuse to acknowledge evolution as fact. They say the only proof it has that it exists lies in the drawings of Darwin’s notebooks. These are also the same folks that believe Earth is only 6000-10,000 years old. I am fine with people having faith and religion. Really, […]


The best day of my life was February 8, 2010. It was 4am. I had been up for too long.  I stood outside Kennedy Space Center wrapped in a blanket, shivering in the surprisingly brisk Florida air that year. Didn’t matter. What I was about to see would make it all worth it. 4:15am the […]


Three years ago I saw my first episode of Fringe. Hooked since episode 1, I was literally fuming when I heard Fox, and the geniuses that run that channel, moved Fringe to the dreaded Friday time slot. This time slot killed another smart show from the past, one called “Firefly” – you may remember. Well, […]


When I was 18, I began college as an Art major, quickly realizing I was not talented enough and would never be able to make a decent living. Shortly after my third semester I switched to majoring in English when I just got incredibly annoyed with trying to figure out what the author “really meant” […]